Thefts and a road rage incident part of Trail RCMP report

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Busy few days for the Trail RCMP.

On Friday, they got a call about a road rage incident, between a 45 year old and a 55 year old man, both of Trail, after one allegedly cut off the other with his vehicle while driving on Highway 3B in Trail.

Fortunately the argument remained verbal.

RCMP are reminding resident that there's increased traffic and congestion on BC roadways throughout the summer, and that drivers should be patient.

In another incident, RCMP responded to a complaint Sunday that a 46 year old man had allegedly assaulted his 34 year old roommate with a baseball bat on Groutage Avenue in Trail.

The victim was taken to hospital by ambulance to have his injuries assessed further.

The suspect was located arrested and taken into custody, and has an October court date.

Police are also reporting a number of break, enter, and thefts in detached garages and sheds in Warfield, with 4 incidents on the weekend.

Tthere were a number of tools stolen.

RCMP say incidents are believed to be connected and the investigation is ongoing.

RCMP are asking the public to be looking for an unidentified man wearing a hooded sweatshirt, and a short skinny woman with blond hair who were reportedly checking out vehicles and garages in the area with a flashlight on the night of the incidents.

The couple may be driving a loud sounding car.